Four American Photographers We Can’t Get Enough Of
Born and raised in New York City, Douglas Friedman moved to Los Angeles to study Anthropology and Documentary Film Making at Occidental College. After working as an assistant to director David Fincher on movies like SE7EN and Fight Club, Douglas left Hollywood to begin a year and a half photography excursion around the world. He returned to NYC in the late 90s and exercised his flair for architecture and design photography. His highly stylized portraits have appeared in fashion magazines like Harper’s Bazaar and Vanity Fair.
Above photo: Portrait of Diane von Furstenberg